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Links 1 through 10 of 173 by Nathan Gilliatt tagged socialmedia

WeChat, Sina Weibo, Line, KakaoTalk, Renren, VKontakte, QZone, QQ, Tringa, Badoo, Skyrock, Xing, Tuenti

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A second reference on using online sources wisely, this time focusing on investigation (the first is for real-time information gathering).

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"[Russian president Vladimir Putin] quietly signed a new law requiring popular online voices to register with the government, a measure that lawyers, Internet pioneers and political activists said Tuesday would give the government a much wider ability to track who said what online." —Neil MacFarquhar, New York Times

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Good ebook on how (and why) to verify information reported in social media channels. Meant for journalists and aid providers but helpful for anyone making real decisions based on information from unknown, online sources. And it's free.

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The latest version of CIC's infographic on Chinese social media includes more information than usual for a single-view summary. The logos create a bit of a pop quiz, but the chart's organization is a helpful starting point for thinking about how businesses can approach the many variations on social media.

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Brian Carter suggests a framework for aligning social media tactics, marketing objectives, and metrics. Even if you disagree with any of the specifics, the approach seems useful for keeping tactics in perspective.

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This is the beginning of a period of widely varied and rapidly changing regulation of social media and privacy. Those who make policies for employers need to keep up with the changes.

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In place of the buzzwords and overly complex models, focus on a few key areas that you already understand.

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Impressive combination of photo analysis, social media, and online searches to determine the location of a photograph, as well as a fair amount of information about the location.

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Helpful tips for putting together a policy that should already be in place. It doesn't have to be complicated.

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